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- The Karankawas (Kah-RHAN-kah-wuhs) lived on the lower. Gulf coast and adjoining offshore islands. They fished, hunted and gathered edible plants.
- French relations with Iroquois and Karankawa, late 1600s
- The Karankawa lived along the gulf coast of Tejas. .
- Texas Trails: The Wild and Crazy Karankawas
- June 23, 2011 - The first Europeans to stumble upon the Karankawa tribe on what is now the Texas coast, found that the Karankawas did not play well with others.
- Texas Trails: Cabeza De Vaca
- He happened upon the other three ultimate survivors at some point and they all became slaves to the Karankawas and other tribes at various times.
- Bayside Historical Society to meet
- He is the author of the book The Karankawa Indians of Texas, and many other scholarly publications. He is an authority on the Karankawa and they are the subject of his talk on Saturday.
- Karankawa Indians
- The Karankawa Indians lived along the Texas coast of the Gulf of Mexico. See the map .
- Karankawa fact sheet, Texas Indians
- Physical: The Karankawa lived along the "coastal bend" of Texas.
- The Karankawa Indians
- The Karankawa Indians were a group of Indian Tribes that lived along the Texas Coast.
- Karankawa Tribe
- The Karankawa tribe also lived near the coast of southeast Texas.
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